Chromatra Exhibiting Color Night Vison Clip-on at TTPOA SWAT Conference

Chromatra, innovators in night vision technologies, will be showing the ColorTAC™ CVA-14 Color Night Vision Adaptor at Table #T14 at the 2017 TTPOA SWAT Conference in the Dallas/Fortworth Area, Texas.

Chromatra ColorTAC CVA-14
Chromatra ColorTAC CVA-14
Chromatra
Chromatra

Beverly, Mass. (Ammoland.com) – Chromatra, LLC, the innovator behind the design and manufacture of real color capable night vision, will show their new product, the ColorTAC CVA-14, the affordable Clip-on technology that lets you see color through your existing PVS-14 night vision device, at Table #T14 at the 2017 TTPOA SWAT Conference, April 19-23, 2017 in the Dallas/Fortworth Area of Texas at the Hyatt Regency.

The TTPOA (Texas Tactical Police Officers Association) conference gives law enforcement officers a chance to “network,” exchange ideas and techniques, attend high quality tactical trainings, as well as see the latest and greatest in law enforcement technology.

Texas Tactical Police Officers Association
Texas Tactical Police Officers Association

ColorTAC technology has gained widespread attention in the law enforcement, federal and military departments for its unique ability to negate the main disadvantage of current night vision gear (NVG): the “green glow.” This green monochromatic image prevents the NVG viewer from seeing critical visual information: color.

Not being able to see color is a liability that can be potentially deadly. Without being able to see color, law enforcement personnel may not be able to properly assess the scene and make correct decisions; military medics may have difficulty telling blood from water, oil or other fluids, and thus may make mistakes in triage priorities; officers can have difficulty navigating terrain. In addition, seeing color can reduce the fatigue and visual distortion green monochromatic night vision can cause.

Chromatra, LLC, established in 2014, is the first company to credibly develop the ColorTAC™ technology  which when used in conjunction with any of the over 1-million night vision devices already on the market today, provides the user with, simply, a color image at night. For those who rely on NVG’s to perform their mission, the ability to See What’s Missing™ can be the difference between life and death.

The ColorTAC CVA-14 unit operates in extreme environments, is easily deployable, lightweight, exceeds market battery life requirements and is very affordable. The unit folds up quickly and compactly for storage or transportation and takes just seconds to attach to any existing PVS-14—green or white phosphor.

For more information on Chromatra or the ColorTAC CVA-14, visit www.ColorTACnightvision.com or or call: (781) 258-3243.

ColorTAC technology Lets You See Color in night vision devices
ColorTAC technology Lets You See Color in night vision devices

View ColorTAC™ at Table #T14
TTPOA SWAT Conference
Dallas/Fortworth Area, Texas
April 19-23, 2017

About Chromatra:

Founded in Beverly, Mass. in 2014 by a team of designers and engineers developing solutions for today’s most critical problems in military, law enforcement and the security sectors. The first product introduced in 2017 is ColorTAC™, the lightweight, foldable CVA-14 clip-on to existing PVS-14 that provide night vision gear users a color image at night.

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    Price? If you have to ask, you can’t afford it. Even the Chromatradotcom website doesn’t list a price. I’m guessing it is in the $4-5,000 range in addition to the $3-5,000 One would spend on a PVS-14 set-up.

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    It looks a little bulky.
    Good breakthrough for nv.

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    We leaving out the price for a reason?